S&I Framework Approach: 1.Create a collaborative, coordinated incremental standards process, 2.… guided by ONC, with input from Federal Advisory Committees, 3.… enabled and led by the an open community of industry participants 4.… who are interested in solving real world problems Value created through this approach: – Solve real-world issues to enable health information exchange – Create leverage for ONC and other initiative sponsors by harnessing the expertise and passion of the community to solve problems – Empower the community to create the best solutions for interoperability and standards adoption The S&I Framework 4
How S&I Framework relates to the rest of the HIT Standards Ecosystem SDOs Community S&I Framework FACAs Providers/Provider Organizations/Labs Technology Vendors System Integrators ONC Grantees Government Agencies Industry Associations Other Experts HIT Standards Committee HIT Policy Committee P&S Tiger Team 5 Engage Recommen d ONC Steer HL7, IHE, CDISC, NCPDP, ASC X12, ASTM, WEDI, ISO/TC 215, IHTSDO, NLM, NQF, LOINC, others
S&I Initiatives: Foundations for a Learning Health System 6 6 CDA Transitions of Care CEDD Longitudinal Coordination of Care Care Coordination: Providers & Patients Health IT Focus Areas / MU S&I Initiatives Standards Quality, Safety & Efficiency Query Health HQMF Privacy & Security Data Segmentation for Privacy esMD – Signatures Population Queries esMD – Struc. Content Data Models Note that, for simplicity, some layers of the Portfolio Strategy stack have been omitted
S&I Initiatives: Labs and Public Health 7 HL7 2.5.1 Lab Results Interfaces Lab Orders Interfaces Care Coordination: Labs Public Health Reporting (HITSC) Immunizations, Biosurveillance, TBD Public Health S&I Initiatives Standards Data Models Health IT Focus Areas / MU TBD Note that, for simplicity, some layers of the Portfolio Strategy stack have been omitted
S&I Initiatives: Directories 8 Note that, for simplicity, some layers of the Portfolio Strategy stack have been omitted Certificate Interoperability Cert. Discovery for Direct Care Coordination: Directories Query for Electronic Services DNS+LDAP TBD (HPD, X12, SOAP REST, Microdata) FPKI Not Applicable ESI Object Model esMD – Provider Profiles Quality, Safety & Efficiency S&I Initiatives Standards / Framework Data Models Health IT Focus Areas / MU
Current S&I Initiatives: Overview Initiative (chronological) Value Created Transitions of Care Defines standardized content that enables electronic exchange of core clinical information among providers, patients, and other authorized entities to improve coordination of patient care Laboratory Results Interface Standardizes results reporting to ambulatory primary care, in support of Meaningful Use objectives for decision support, quality reporting, and transitions in care Provider Directories Provides a scalable, standardized solution to discover digital certificates, and an extensible model to query for electronic service information to facilitate health information exchange Certificate Interoperability Enables providers to electronically exchange and protect electronic health information created or maintained by certified EHR technology Query Health Focuses on establishing standards for distributed queries, which can increase the ability to understand macro health trends, proactively respond to disease outbreaks, understand the efficacy of drug treatments, and contribute to reduction of healthcare costs Data Segmentation for Privacy Enables the implementation and management of electronic health information exchange disclosure policies allowing providers to share specific portions of an electronic medical record Electronic Submission of Medical Documentation Gives CMS and other relevant Payers the ability to send electronic medical document requests, and investigates options to replace providers’ wet signatures with an electronic equivalent Public Health Reporting Enabling a standardized approach to electronic public health reporting from EHR systems to local, state and federal public health programs Longitudinal Coordination of Care Enables care coordination across long-term, post-acute and other non-hospital settings. Builds on existing work, including S&I Transitions of Care initiative 9
Transitions of Care Provider Directories Query Health Pre-DiscoveryUse Case Harmonization RI, Test & Pilot Maintenance & Evaluation Lab Results Interface Data Seg. for Privacy esMD Public Health 10 Current S&I Initiatives: Lifecycle View Longitudinal Coord. of Care
Current S&I Initiatives: Operating Metrics (12 Jan 2012) * Assumes 260 working days per year 11 Framework Launch DateJan 7, 2011 First Initiatives LaunchedJan 31, 2011 Elapsed Time (as-of today) 1 Year How long has it been? # Use Case Artifacts17 # Harmonized Segments/Sections150 # RI/Test Artifacts64 # Pilots Committed or In Discovery20+ # Pilot Vendors25+ # Pilot Healthcare Organizations (e.g. hospitals, HIEs) 35+ HL7 Ballots3 # Ballot Comments Received1,854 # Ballot Comments Resolved1,479 How much have we accomplished? # Wiki Registrants1,002 # Committed Members457 # Committed Organizations335 # Working Sessions Held675 # Days Between Sessions*0.4 How much effort have we put in?
Strategic Road Map: Transition to Sustainability 13 Initial Rollout (2010-2011) Mature, Grow, Scale FY 2012-2013 Sustainability FY 2014 Early adopters Shared services Federal business cases Early lessons learned Success / viability Plan for transition Define strategic road map Refine and scale Expand value cases Grow participation / volumes Align with governance rulemaking and national standards Transition to non-profit org Implement sustainability model Capable of nationwide deployment Revenue model sustains business Interoperable exchange among private entities Phase 1 Phase 2Phase 3
Business Description Non-profit organization (501c3) Provides shared governance and infrastructure Expands connectivity (test once, exchange with many) Provides assurance of interoperability in production Holds participants accountable, with ability to revoke privileges Provides common platform for a variety of exchange modalities Aligns with but not solely limited to nationwide health information network standards, services and policies 14 Business Plan – Section 1 and 5.1
Value Proposition 15 Value Proposition Implement once, exchange with many Expanded connectivity Distinction in market Cost effective and efficient Enforced compliance and accountability Functional and scalable shared infrastructure
Exchange Transition Milestones 16 Activity FY 2012FY 2013 Oct – Dec (2011) Jan – Mar (2012) Apr – Jun (2012) Jul-Sept (2012) Oct – Dec (2012) Jan – Mar (2013) Apr – Jun (2013) Jul – Sept (2013) Finalize Plan and Strategic Road Map Bridge funding available Engage key staff and legal services Support Organization Testing Strategy Infrastructure Sustainability Model Sustainable Business On boarding, UDDI and CA support contract ends – 6/28/12 Testing contract ends – 8/4/12 ENTRUST contract ends – 11/1/12 3 Staff Legal Criteria Select Operational ETB = Exchange testing body Select ProcureStart UDDI Procure CAStart CA Criteria Build critical mass of connectivity Start PlanStrategic Road Map ONC FedPrivate Operational
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